Henderson County Man Wished for Questioning in Chester County Murder Captured in Hardin – Lexington Progress

Todd Robbins, of Henderson County, Tennessee, was arrested by U.S. Marshals in Savannah, Tennessee on December 21, 2020. He is wanted by the Lexington Police Department for grievous bodily harm and by the Tennessee Department of Correction for parole violations.
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Article by W. Clay Crook-

Todd Allen Robbins of Henderson County was wanted for questioning in Chester County in connection with a murder investigation on Monday, December 21, 2020, according to multiple sources.

Although the incident occurred in Chester County, the vehicle may have been found in Henderson County near Scotts Hill. Robbins was last booked in Henderson County in October 2016. Henderson County Sheriff Brian Duke said Robbins has pending arrest warrants for parole, child support and domestic violence violations.
Rumors across the county worried that shots had been fired at Scotts Hill. Sheriff Duke announced at around 1:30 pm on Monday: “We are helping another county find a suspect. We don’t know where the suspect is, but several authorities are looking. Scotts Hill hasn’t shot yet. “

Robbins was arrested later that evening, followed by the release of Jeff Love, the US Marshal Service Information Officer in Jackson.

“US Marshal Tyreece Miller announced on December 21, 2020 the arrest of Todd Robbins, wanted by the Lexington Police Department for aggravated assault and the Tennessee Department of Correction for parole.”

“Robbins had also been identified as a person of interest in a Chester County murder that occurred last weekend. Marshals say they received information that Robbins was in Savannah, Tennessee, this afternoon and …

For full coverage, see the December 23rd issue of The Lexington Progress.

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